FGV is elected one of the best higher education institutions in the world five times

For the fifth year in a row, Getúlio Vargas Foundation was chosen one of the best higher education institutions in the world, according to the Global Employability Ranking, prepared by the human resources consulting Emerging and published on this months’ issue of the British magazine Times Higher Education.

The main criteria of the survey, that elects 150 world institutions better assessed by companies and employers, is the training of professionals ready for the labor market, and it was prepared after votes from 2,200 recruiters and 2,400 directors of international companies or subsidiaries in 20 countries.

The list has 39 North American universities, 12 from the United Kingdom and 10 French universities, and included only two Brazilian institutions: FGV and University of São Paulo (USP). In addition to the Brazilian ones, only Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, from Mexico, was remembered among Latin American countries. In this edition, Harvard University was ranked first, position held by Cambridge University last year, and became the favorite institution of the market, in addition to being the school with the greatest capacity to train professionals, according to the interviewees.